Educator Publications: Project WET’s award-winning Curriculum and Activity Guide 2.0, and other Educator Guides full of activities about watersheds, water quality, floods and water conservation, plus maps, posters and more.
Books for Students: There are over 40 full-color activity booklets about a range of water-related topics in the Kids in Discovery series plus children’s story books—great classroom resources!
Make a Splash Water Festivals: Make a Splash festivals are a fun way to pack in learning about water. Learn how to host a Make a Splash festival at your school or find a festival near you!
Water and Wildlife Training for Educators | OSU Stone Laboratory, Put-In-Bay, Ohio | July 24–30, 2016
Maps and Posters: Looking to decorate your classroom with fun, eye-catching educational artwork? Resources like Project WET’s Water Cycle poster or watershed maps are just what you need!
DiscoverWater.org: A free classroom tool to teach kids about water. Interactive activities, quizzes and activities for students, and Science Notebooking pages, printables and resources for teachers. Correlated to Common Core standards.
Water Cycle Game: Play The Blue Traveler and learn how water travels around, above and below the surface of our planet through this fun game!
Online Training: Self-paced, learner-driven online learning options—including a refresher training to upgrade to Guide 2.0.
Water Education Portal: Share ideas, lesson plans and join discussions about activities and water related topics. Project WET national and state standard correlations are available here.
Webinars: Online learning events about a range of water related topics. Attend a live event or view an archived webinar.